Retold Stories

TaleTown stories based on fables or folklore, and tales from across the world retold by Rajeev Wadhwa

  • The Wolf and the Lamb"From next week, you are going to join Karate lessons," he said after Josh had finished speaking.

    "You will at least learn to defend yourself, if you can't learn to keep out of trouble in the first place."

  • 640-01358405 tortoise and hareOur education system has become a race. A race amongst all sorts of participants. Fast and slow, bright and dumb.

    And it’s not always the fast or bright who get to win this race. Like in the old Aesopian fable about a race between a hare and a tortoise.

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  • Vigeland - coupleUnderstanding your partner is easy. Just a few simple rules, which a woman should know.

    Rosh tells Isha what men want & how to keep men happy.

    She reciprocates...

  • Muddy PathSpiritual Story: Unsoiled By Muddy Paths

    How do some walk the murky walks of life without being stained?

    Kabir delivers his wife to a lusty grocer to repay debt

  • St. Croix Sunset‘What do we work for?’ Rosh reflects, when his son tries to buy an hour of his time.

    For money, or for the ability to spend our time & money with our loved ones...

  • Buffet fit for a KingFunny story: What does Khan eat?

    Rosh wants to eat his money’s worth while dining at Valentines – a NZ buffet restaurant.

    His antics remind Qosh of Khan’s tale

  • HutWhat is mine? What is yours? Is it borrowed wealth or real capital?

    What is this world, this life? These possessions, these relationships?

    Insightful Sufi story...

  • Jump over Mt. RainierWho packs our parachutes?

    Story about recognizing and being grateful to people who support us in our life’s journey.

    Also, Rosh’s reflections on 2016 milestones

  • coffeeFunny Story: Who will make Coffee?

    Bible is invoked to settle a domestic row between a couple over who should brew the coffee daily.

    Retold Bible joke

  • Dancing Through the Light at Green Wood CemeteryYours Faithfully – a funny story with a retold joke about a miser who wanted his wealth buried with him.

    His faithful wife kept her promise, but...